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Helen Elizabeth McCall

Helen Elizabeth (Hall) McCall at the age of 100 1/2 years young met her savior peacefully face-to-face on June 19, 2020. During WWII and after waiting 3 1/2 years, she married her darling Samuel R. McCall who was serving overseas and passed in 2001. They had a wonderful marriage for 56 years. She was born on November 23, 1919, the year women won the right to vote.
She is survived by her 4 children: Jane ( Larry) Haney, Mary (John) Beemer, Samuel L. (Cindy) McCall and Sally McCall Cain. She has 12 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren and many dear friends.
The Lord gave Helen a promise while raising her children that all her children shall be taught of the Lord; and great shall be their peace (Isaiah 54:13). She made this her daily prayer.
Helen was a precious woman of God, who loved serving others, ministering until she passed. It wasn’t unusual to find Helen praying for a neighbor at the mailbox. Her daily walk showed others the love of Jesus.
Helen was an intelligent woman doing crossword puzzles in ink, staying in touch with family and friends on Facebook, and reading a book a day. Even at 100 1/2 years, she was able to recall many historical events and memories passing them on to her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Helen was a very accomplished woman who made award-winning apple pies, upholstered furniture and at the age of 85 modeled for a local department store.
When asked, “What is your secret for looking so young?” She replied, “It’s the joy of the Lord!” Today she sings with a host of angels.
It was Helen’s desire to have a private celebration of her life with her family.

  • June 26, 2020
    On behalf of the Milford Smith cousins, I offer our condolences and love. She was a lovely lady who leaves such a legacy in family behind as she moves on to her final resting place. 100 years old, I guess we all lose track of time and, sadly, our extended families.
    Sarah Smith Redmond

  • June 25, 2020
    We will always remember her with so much love! We were blessed beyond measure to have known her.
    Keith & Kristina Smith

  • June 24, 2020
    So sorry for your loss of one so very special to you all. I too rejoice with you that she is in heaven with Jesus. She lived a life that was truly an example to others.
    Jack Antonini

  • June 24, 2020
    Helen was a beautiful lady.. I loved how much she loved the Lord and it showed.. I loved that she genuinely loved Everyone and prayed always.. I’m honored that I had the privilege of having Helen pray over me and my family.. Helen will be missed so much Praying for her whole family!! Love you Helen?
    Bill and Jo

  • June 24, 2020
    His banner over Helen was indeed, love. She always exemplified Christ’s love, and was a Sweetheart of a true lady. She effervesced of the fruit of the Spirit spoken of in Galations 5. It was a joy to have known her. She just attained her highest goal! See you in glory one day, Helen! ❤
    Diane & Jim Glerum

  • June 23, 2020
    So sorry for you family’s loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you all. What a beautiful testimony of her life. I had the privilege of meeting your beautiful mother when Sally was our neighbor. Beautiful lady inside and out. ❤️
    Cindy Wright

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